TExES English as a Second Language Supplemental Boot Camp [1 Year Access Access]

Wouldn't it be great to have a rock star teacher on your side to clear up any confusion on your ESL Supplemental Test for your Texas Teacher Certification?   How about honing in on the specific skills needed to pass this test?

Finally, this step-by-step on-demand video course features our ESL Specialist, Dr. Francisco Rivera.  Work at your own speed and learn all of the social studies concepts tested on this test, per the state of Texas Department of Education.

Learn the tips, tricks and strategy needed for first attempt success.  Don't take our word for it!  Check out reviews on Facebook & Google.  Check out a sample video on the page below.

This course features:

  • Content Lessons On All THREE Domains Tested
  • Pre-Quizzes & One Practice Test
  • 180+ Practice Questions
  • Vocabulary Flash Cards & Vocabulary Activities
  • Test Taking Strategies
  • 24/7 instructor Access 

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At Your Own Pace Video Course

Exam Focus

TExES: ESL 154 Supplemental 

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Course Hours: 20

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The key to passing ANY certification exam comes down to TWO THINGS....
1.  Understanding Broad Concepts
2.  Having Proven Strategies

Here is a sneak peek into this course.  Check out this video!

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Meet the instructor

Dr. Francisco Rivera Mieles 

Dr. Francisco Rivera Mieles has maintained a life-long passion for education.  He was born and raised in Puerto Rico, moving to Florida 18 years ago. 

Having experienced an educational transition (K-12 Education in Puerto Rico and Post-Secondary Education in Florida) gave Dr. Rivera insight into one of our fastest growing populations, English Language Learners (ELLs). 

As an educator, Francisco saw first-hand the hardships these students go through every day, as they sit in our classrooms sometimes silent, and most of the time confused.  That is why it is imperative that teachers understand this segment of our student population, and study best practices grounded in research to help them. 

It is such an important topic for Dr. Rivera that he made it the subject of his dissertation at the University of Central Florida. 

In the end, as President Lyndon B. Johnson said, “education is the only valid passport from poverty,” and I want to ensure ELLs gain equal access to education to improve their future.Andrew Wade is an enthusiastic educator with a love of bringing history alive for his students. 

Patrick Jones - Course author